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Availity, the nation’s largest real-time health information network, named Frank J. Manzella its new Senior Vice President of Corporate Development & Strategy. An experienced healthcare executive and investor with broad strategic expertise and transaction experience, Manzella’s focus will be to provide critical insights and guidance for potential acquisitions designed to significantly expand Availity’s capabilities ...

Sixty-seven percent of all provider organizations in the United States attest the accuracy of their provider directories, credentialing, and other demographic data through the industry-leading, multi-payer intelligent portal of Availity, the nation’s largest real-time health information network. So far this year, 263,000 provider organizations, representing almost 1 million physicians, utilized Availity to make more than 7 million updates or corrections to their directories.

Welcome back to Faces of HR. In this space every Friday, we will profile one of your peers, learn about his or her experiences as and feelings about being an HR professional, what the person’s goals are, and how he or she hopes to accomplish those goals—and get to know a little about your peer as a person along the way! Today we’re learning about Jessica Micciche, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Availity, the nation’s largest real-time health information network.

Revenue cycle management technology is at the heart of the administrative side of business at every hospital and health system. It is key to daily operations. As such, healthcare CIOs and other IT professionals must take great care when implementing RCM systems. Getting revenue cycle done right – and done right the first time – is imperative. Here, five experts in the field of revenue cycle management IT offer Healthcare IT News readers their expertise when it comes to identifying and deploying best practices for implementing this all-important technology.

Jacksonville, Fla—July 24, 2019—Availity, the nation’s largest real-time health information network, named Jessica Micciche its new Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer. With 15 years of HR experience in high-tech and manufacturing environments, Micciche is tasked with all aspects of human resources including culture, talent acquisition and management, leadership, human capital analytics, compensation and benefits

Jacksonville, Fla—June 18, 2019— Black Book Market Research LLC awarded Availity, the nation’s largest real-time health information network, its highest ranking for Ambulatory Claims Management and Physician Clearinghouse Solutions, in a comprehensive survey of more than 1,600 hospital and health system executives, directors, and managers.

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) have proposed new rules designed to give patients greater control over their own data and advance interoperability across the healthcare industry. Should the rule be finalized in its current form, millions of patients will have unprecedented access to and control over their own health information by 2020.

IRVINE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Feb. 11, 2019-- For healthcare providers, the laborious process of registering patients, estimating costs, collecting up-front payments, reducing denials and securing overall financial clearance is challenging, requiring the immediate need for efficiency and improved workflow. As deductibles rise, patient demand for cost transparency prior to service is skyrocketing. To meet these needs, NextGen Healthcare, Inc. (NASDAQ:NXGN), the leading provider of ambulatory-only technology solutions, and Availity, the nation’s largest real-time health information network, have collaborated to offer clients NextGen® Pre-Service Solutions.

In theory, healthcare consumerism is a straight-forward idea: Shifting costs to consumers, typically in the form of high-deductible health plans (HDHPs), will give them an incentive to make informed, judicious decisions about the healthcare services they purchase. In practice, consumers have been slow to shop for health care based on price, despite high enrollment levels in HDHPs, with the National Center for Health Statistics reporting that nearly 40 percent of consumers purchased private HDHPs in 2016, up from 26 percent in 2011.

medQ, Inc. and Availity announced an agreement to provide Availity Patient Access and AuthPal services through the Q/ris 3000 workflow suite of products. With this integration, Q/ris 3000 will quickly process physician orders, obtain prior authorizations, and verify insurance for all diagnostic imaging procedures. In addition, the Q/ris 3000 integrated app will also calculate how much patients will owe for that exam to ensure they are aware of their financial obligations prior to arrival for the procedure.